Used Celestron SE/Evolution Equatorial Wedge-UT-12047-SOLD

ITEM #
UT-12047
  • Sale
  • $199.00
  • Regular price $269.00
  • Used Celestron SE/Evolution Equatorial Wedge-UT-12047-SOLD

    • Sale
    • $199.00
    • Regular price $269.00
    • ITEM #
      UT-12047

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    • This is a used wedge in very good condition
    • A Wedge for 6 Inch and 8 Inch Celestron NexStar SE and Evolution Telescopes
    • Turn Alt-Azimuth mounts into Equatorial!
    • Provides smoother tracking for imaging
    • Minimal weight design
    • Large Adjustment Knobs

     

    Used Celestron SE/Evolution Equatorial Wedge-UT-12047-SOLD

    This Celestron NexStar Equatorial Wedge was designed to fit the NexStar  SE and NexStar Evolution 6 and 8 Inch Telescopes. An essential imaging accessory for any NexStar SCT owner, a wedge eliminates the dual direction tracking of a traditional Alt-Az mount. It essentially turns your Alt-Az mount into an EQ used by the best astrophotographers! Say goodbye to field rotation! Engineered to be as minimal in weight as possible while still providing a stable platform for 6 Inch and 8 Inch telescopes, the NexStar Wedge is your ticket to incredible night sky imaging.

    The Wedge enables long exposure astrophotography and autoguiding by tilting the telescope's azimuth into an equatorial platform. This provides the smooth-motion tracking along an arc around the polar axis necessary for long exposure imaging.

    The design is hefty yet portable. It weighs only 15 pounds but can carry a load up to 36 pounds. It has captive hardware with a no-tool operation and easily adjusts under load.  There is a sturdy latitude adjustment screw with easy to read scale and an integrated bubble level. 

     

     

    Additional Information

    ConditionVery good
    ManufacturerCelestron
    Warranty90 Day Covered By OPT
    • NexStar Equatorial Wedge
    • Attached Adjustment Knobs
    • Attached Bubble Level

     

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